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Kojey Radical announces 2022 UK tour set to kick off in April

Kojey Radical has introduced that he’ll be heading out on the street for a pair of UK exhibits subsequent 12 months.

The rapper – actual title Kwadwo Adu Genfi Amponsah – will carry out at Manchester’s Albert Corridor on April 6, adopted by a gig on April 7 at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.

The exhibits shall be in assist of his upcoming new album ‘Causes To Smile’, which is about to be launched on March 4 subsequent 12 months through Asylum/Atlantic. He previewed it final month with new single ‘Gangsta’.

Talking of the album, which options visitor spots from Tiana Major9, Kelis, Wretch 32 and extra, Radical stated: “That is the primary time I’ve completed it to the dimensions and ambition of what I converse. Beforehand it’s been ‘I’m warming, I’m warming, I’m warming up’. However I’m heat now – put me within the sport.”

Tickets for Kojey Radical’s tour go on basic sale at 9:00am on December 10 – you may get them right here.

Forward of the tour, Radical will ship a sequence of in-store performances and signings set to start on the album’s launch day (March 4) and run for the next week. You’ll be able to see the dates under.

MARCH 2022
4 – London, Tough Commerce East (instore efficiency and signing)
5 – Kingston, Pryzm (Banquet Data outstore efficiency and signing)
7 – Bournemouth, Vinilo (efficiency)
8 – Brighton, Resident (instore efficiency and signing)
9 – Manchester, HMV (signing)
9 – Leeds, Crash (efficiency)
10 – Birmingham, HMV (signing)

The rapper can even play an intimate London present at Lafayette on January 25 as half of the Nationwide Lottery’s Revive Reside Tour. Tickets go on sale tomorrow (December 3), which may be bought right here.

Earlier this 12 months, Radical previewed two new songs, ‘2FS’ and ‘WOOHAA’, each of which received’t seem on his debut album.

Produced by The Parts and The Fanatix respectively, he stated of the tracks: “Exhausting meals not quick meals; the album is being ready however I needed to serve up one thing to carry the urge for food.”

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